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What support does the engineering and applied science college at UC offer?

We are here to help you both academically and professionally, learn about the support here at CEAS

Aside from traditional advising services, the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science offers several support groups to help you in college. From learning how to be an engineering college student to an event to help choose a major, CEAS is here for you!

Help to choose your major

Get help choosing a major and understanding what's right for you. Engineer Your Major is an all day event hosted in the fall that brings together industry professionals and professors to talk about opportunities in each major. 

  • It's open to anyone! Prospective transfer students, regional campus students (like Blue Ash and Clermont) and current UC students to help decide on a major.
  • Learn career opportunities and what a job in your major looks like

Pro Tip: Gather emails from industry experts that interest you and ask questions, tips, and advice: like what's their favorite and least favorite part of their job. 

Advisor dedicated to co-op

You've heard a lot about co-op, but did you know you'll have access to a specialized advisor to help with co-op? One-on-one sessions include:

  • Resume building, cover letter review and interview preparation 
  • Finding a co-op that fits your career path

Pro Tip: Go into your first co-op advising meeting with a few company and positions that interest you

Intro to co-op

Learn how to co-op with the introduction to co-op class. The one credit course is required to take your first year.

  • Your co-op advisor gives teaches the co-op process and provides information regarding interviewing and applying for co-ops, as well as what co-op experiences will look like.

Pro Tip: Start keeping track of activities and leadership roles so that it helps when building a resume

Living-learning community

Several floors in two dorms on campus are dedicated only to engineering students. Living with other engineering students allows for organic formation of study groups and friendships with other engineering students—a key to success within the teamwork-based environment of engineering.

Major-specific advisors

Other support at CEAS includes major-specifc academic advisors. If you're a chemical engineering major, your advisor is a chemical engineering expert on class and program requirements!


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